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a great gig to be able to share something. >> reporter: alina cho, cnn, paris. >> for alina's special back stage pass from paris tomorrow july 14th at 2:30 eastern. >>> several stories caught our attention today. here in india these folk dancers performed during a travel and tourism fair in calcutta. participants from all over the world planned to travel across the country to show case their products and services to attract more tourists. >>> a controversial issue brings out the clowns in the west bank. activists and palestinians dressed as clowns. they marched past israeli soldiers earlier today. they are protesting against israel's controversial barrier in the west bank near bethlehem. >>> i'm suzanne malveaux. america's largest bank opens its books. it ain't pretty. >>> also the late joe paterno speaking out in the wake of the penn state sex scandal. >>> the outcry over teen usa's olympic uniforms. why one lawmaker wants them burned. let's get straight to it. in london soccer star john kerry has been found not guilty of racially abusing an opponent. the two had an exchang
. it was unreported and unregulated. >> reporter: another source close to the investigation tells cnn the mayor learned from jeanie harris in january of this year some of the money spent for his 2010 campaign was not properly reported. the source says gray told harris then to report it immediately. contacted by cnn, gray's attorney wouldn't comment citing the continuing investigation. prosecutors' documents don't indicate whether gray knew of the alleged secret spending at the time it was happening. mo alathy who worked on gray's 2010 campaign says this. >> i never saw any evidence during the campaign that he new anything about it at the time. >> reporter: for the d.c. council member mary chay who went against many constituents to endorse gray that is not good enough. >> people were acting in his name and for his benefit and committed probably the biggest election fraud in the history of the district. i have asked him to resign or step aside as an act of public service. >> reporter: she is joined by two other council members. gray says he is not resigning. the swirl of scandal is nothing new in
is preparing to sit down for a one-on-one interview right here on cnn. we're going to ask him to tell us exactly when he left bain capital, why he won't release more of his tax returns. his interview with our own jim acosta coming up here in "the situation room." also, president obama barnstorms across a battleground state he desperately needs to hold. >>> and the chilling video diary recorded by a man plotting to kill his own family. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> as we await jim acosta's interview with mitt romney, there are important new developments in a search for a running mate. we're seeing reports that there is now a short list of possibilities and the biggest name on that so-called short list is the former secretary of state, condoleezza rice. let's bring in dana bash. she's working the story for us. the name has been floated out there for a while. but all of a sudden it's getting a bit more imptous. >> interesting you used the term floated. there's no question this is a trial balloon and a clever way for the romney campaign to change the sject from a whol
desk to answer, just post your question at cnn.cc nrks nrn watch it for us. thank you so much, i appreciate it, i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money ? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. no nonsense. just people sense. >>> heavy rain in southeast texas is causing flooding that's trapping people in their homes and cars. downtown houston is getting pretty hammered there. three inches of rain fell in three hours, just today alone. some streets are closed by high water and causing major flooding on the major freeways there. they're under a flash flood warning and they're asking people who don't have to travel to stay put. how long are we talking about with this rain? >> the rain is almost over, the flooding is of the over. just because the rain stops doesn't mean the water is going to stop going up. the rain is uphill somewhere, it has to run down hill. maybe you got only five or ten inches not the 13 or 14 that the cypress creek caused. so that creek has to go somewhere. we will
. >> reporter: some gop sources tell cnn they can't imagine romney would want to reopen wounds from the bush years. last but hardly least, rice's stance on abortion. she calls herself "mildly pro-choice". >> i worry about the government being involved in, but i'm like most americans. i think abortion is a terrible thing. >> reporter: one anti-abortion group already e-mailed around this clip of romney last year saying the running mates he would consider would be anti-abortion. >> i would expect they would all be pro-life and pro-traditional marriage. >> reporter: several prominent conservative leaders tell cnn rice's abortion stance disqualifies her because there's so much distrust of romney on the issue. >> he needs to have a running mate who is without question pro-life. but rather who has a portfolio of leading out on that issue and being a voice for the unborn. >> now, it's important to note that rice herself has had multiple times including to our own piers morgan that she doesn't want the job. and her statements appear to be more airtight and a bit more genuine that others who have said
to do, right? if, in fact, that is what terry crisp is doing. instead, keeping them honest tonight, cnn's drew griffin has discovered only a slim fraction of the $26 million that woman raised could even possibly have gone towards rescuing dogs. the charity watchdog group has slim doubts how that slim fraction was spent. as they put it, the numbers don't seem to add up. the appeal though, reuniting dogs and troops, is powerful. just as it was 6 1/2 years ago during hurricane katrina when crisp was running an organization and the appeal was reuniting pets and survivors. >> terry crisp joins me. she is in sacramento, california. good to see you. >> good to see you, anderson, too. this is tabasco. he was one of the survivors from hurricane katrina. he was found on the washing machine of a house that was flooded. he, his sister and another dog all survived. >> turns out, i didn't know it at the time, there were serious questions about noah's wish and a legal settlement with the state of california. wreef been reporting on this for weeks now as part of a continuing investigation to the people
. here's drew griffin. >> reporter: it is the televised appeal on cnn's hln -- >> our salute to the troops today is actually live in the studio. >> reporter: that so many of you found outrageous. >> sitting right beside nugget is terry with the spca and ivy's down at my feet. >> reporter: march of 2011. terry crisp with spca international was telling our viewers i' erers ivy and nugget >> look at that face! >> reporter: -- were two bomb sniffing doggings s in iraq and been essentially abandoned. she rescued them and was trying to find them homes. hln anchor robin meade understandably couldn't believe the story. >> so how is it that they fall through the cracks and get stranded there? that's unthinkable to me. >> it is unthinkable. that's why spca international is making sure these dogs don't get forgotten. >> reporter: it turns out ivy and nugget were not abandoned. they were donated. taken from their adoptive homes in iraq, a military contractor tells cnn. after terry crisp asks for them. the military contractor, reed security, told cnn they had no idea crisp would use ivy a
insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. out the door. you can continue watching cnn from your mobile phone or if heading to work, you can watch it live from a desktop. go to cnn.com/tv. >>> president obama is spending most of the next few days in virginia, a state he carried in 2008, ending a 44 year losing streak. democratic presidential candidates in the old dominion, speaks next hour in virginia beach, then off to hampton, roanoke. it is important to both candidates. >> reporter: it is important to both. particularly for president obama as you pointed out, he did win there in 2008, first time a democrat had done that in decades. it was a narrow victory for the president trying to hang onto the key battle ground state. seeing in the last few months, a strong pinch from the obama team to go after military veterans. that's especially important in a state like virginia that has a big population of military personnel. so the president's message not only today but tomorrow will be focused on helping the middle class and helping people get into the middle class. you'll also hear t
the university, though the board of trustees will speak publicly today. cnn's susan candiotti is in philadelphia. good morning, susan. >> reporter: carol, the freeh report a brutal assessment of what went wrong and how jerry sandusky was able to rape and molest so many children over the course of at least 15 years. louis freeh finding that four top penn state officials were part of what he called a culture of secrecy built around protecting the image of penn state university and its football program. >> our most saddening and sobering finding is the total disregard for the safety and welfare of sandusky's child victims by the most senior leaders at penn state, the most powerful men at penn state failed to take any steps for 14 years to protect the children who sandusky victimized. mr. spanier, schultz, paterno, and curley never demonstrated through actions or words any concern for the safety and well-being of sandusky's victims until after sandusky's arrest. >> reporter: freeh's investigators found that joe paterno knew about problems with jerry sandusky going back to 1998. despite his grand jur
." "cnn newsroom" begins with carol costello right now. >> hi, soledad. >>> happening right now in the newsroom, security threat. a d.c. police officer on desk duty this morning after he was reportedly overheard saying he would shoot the first lady. >>> red light runner. an amazing crash. a driver airborne and now arrested for dui. the terrifying moments all caught on a traffic camera. >>> still standing. the fate of the statue of joe paterno in question today and the push to bring it down. penn state carefully weighing its options. >>> and burn the uniform. harry reid wants to torch the chinese made clothes saying he wants the olympians to wear shirts with usa on them. this morning the olympic committee responds. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning. happy friday 13th. i'm carol costello. we begin this hour with a very bad day for the nation's biggest banks. jpmorgan chase and its ceo jamie dimon are opening their books and telling us just how much money the firm lost in a bunch of risky trades. the blunder stunned the financial world and fueled more debate on whether
front strategy, jim acosta pushed him on issue of tax returns here on cnn. i wanted to play what jim got him to say. >> i've already put out one year of tax returns. we'll put out the next year of tax returns as soon as the accountants have that ready. and that's what we're going to put out. i know that there will always be calls for more. we're putting out what is required, plus more that is not required. those are the two years that people are going to have. that's all that's necessary for people to understand something about my finances. >> okay. made it very clear you're only getting two years. by the way, i, everybody, have the tax returns. everything that we have. it is a big stack. but how many months does it take? the guy's running for president. it's been three months after tax day. where are they? >> also, there's a precedent actually set by his father of 12 years of tax returns to really put it all out there. kill people with kindness. put it all out there. rather than dragging the feet, two years, and it makes it look like you're hiding something. >> it's an endless mystery i
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. thank you for joining me today, i'm carol costello. cnn newsroom continues with keer a fill independence. >>> hello. it is 11:00 on the east coast, 8:00 on the west. friday the 13th everywhere, ask jpmorgan chase. the nation's biggest bank says the disastrous trades are worse than first believed. almost three times worse. >>> 240 yards long, 55 feet underground. another suspected drug tunnel out of commission on the u.s. mexican border. we'll take you deep inside. >>> and guys, would you rather be bald or impotent? propecia and what it may do to your sex life. >>> trying to outsmart the markets. in the case of jpmorgan chase, it is $5.8 billion and counting. that's how much the nation's biggest bank said it lost so far from a complex trading scheme that was supposed to hedge against risk. the updated figures came in as the ceo jamie dimon personally briefed analysts on second quarter earnings which still managed to beat expectations. team coverage this morning, alison kosik live at the new york stock exchange to explain how this could impact all of our wallets. let's start with felicia t
's washington bureau chief and host of cnn's "reliable sources." this week both mitt romney and vice president biden spoke to the n.a.a.c.p. did it garner much traffic there the online world? >> absolutely. our twitter and facebook feeds were lighting up. >> particularly, ray, after mitt romney was booed yesterday at the n.a.a.c.p. convention. the initial wave was sort of one of mockery. one msnbc host said he was deliberately booed because he wanted to appeal to white racist but then there was a counterwave of conservatives defending romney taking issue with the discourts you behavior of some of the n.a.a.c.p. members who after all had invited the presidential candidate. >> suarez: this was all civilians trafficking this image on their own or were the campaigns also interested in getting this out there? >> the majority was civilians very upset with what happened. >> and some journalists and activists tend to join these online conversations. >> suarez: this week also facebook very handy for finding out how your high school girl friend has aged. (laughter) snarky aforisms and vacation pictures
development center. his son of voiced his strong opinions on cnn. >> this report is not a legal document. the burden of proof is lower than it would be if this was a legal case. there are really no new facts in this situation. >> for china did safe, with the benefit of hindsight a wish i would have done more. gary ravitch will have more coming up. >>catherine: a man initially arrested in the beating of bryan stowe and and later cleared is now suing the los angeles police department for defamation. ramirez filed a lawsuit yesterday, he was arrested and never charged. all of his lawyers insisted he had never even been to the stadium. this is him at the stadium in april. for months police argued they had arrested the right suspect. two other men have since been arrested and charged. >> pablo sandoval is not likely to face charges in connection with an elected sexual assault. the sheriff's department investigated that there is insufficient evidence for it local woman claims she was sexually assaulted at a local resort back on june 1st. the case has not been afforded to the district attorney'
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in new hampshire with all three major television networks, along with cnn and fox news to air later tonight. it was probably inevitable after more questions and concern continue to be raised about mr. romney and his much wanted private sector experience at bain. >> mitt romney and the continuing questions over when he seeded control of bain capital. >> can you tell me why -- >> i'm a little surprised that he only released a year's worth of tax returns. that perplexed me because it's the first time in, i don't know, more than 30 years that anybody running for president has only done that. >> i think it is entirely appropriate to look at that record and see whether, in fact, his focus was creating jobs. when you look at the record, there are questions there. >> yes, mr. president, there are questions. for instance, if romney had no role at bain after 1999, why did he say in a june 2002 appearance before the massachusetts state law ballot commission that during his utah-based olympics service there were "a number of social trips and business trips that brought me back to massachusetts.
report that raised questions about exactly when romney left his job at bain capital management. cnn's jim acosta takes a look at both accusations. the the mitt romney has said repeatedly that he left his private investment firm bain capital in 1999 ... but the filing with the securities and exchange commission according to public sources he was the ceo and president of the company in 2001 to years after he said he left the firm the a bombing campaign pounced on the document as proof that mitt romney has misled the public about his business career ... >>he misrepresented his position and bane to the securities and exchange commission ... and that's a felony or he has misrepresented himself to the american people >>the above a campaign believes that there attack ads are accurate and that these documents are crucial to prove it ... the romney campaign insists that the barak obama campaign is lying ... democrats say it is romney's campeau is lying ... an sec commissioner during the carter administration says the government documents to raise serious questions >>either the statements in t
are not people. >> let me turn to cnn for a moment who responded to a viewer who asked -- "why there aren't more serious third party candidates in the and?"states >> america does not have a very broad ideological spectrum read if you look at america's two parties, they're very close together in terms of their ideological differences. both american parties would fit comfortably as center-right parties in europe. the democrats and republicans. you have no real social democratic party, no real hyper nationalist party. if you look at the kind of political spectrum elsewhere, the u.s. has a narrow perspective. >> your response, cheri honkala? he is talking about how the american parties, democrats and republicans, would fit as center-right parties in europe. >> i think the american people are not happy with the one-party system in this country, and i think they're shown that by not voting. large sections of the population are just sitting out. i think they are sitting out elections because it is like a protest vote. it is not just because they're not interested in what is happening in this country, t
are involved in the country's nuclear program. cnn contributor fran townsend is a member of the cia external advisory board. can you explain what those are? we all have a concept of what drones are in the air, but what are sea drones? >> this is a commercially available product that obviously is going to supplement. you talked about the mine sweeping ships. a sea drone which what you don't want to have happen is have a mine sweeper miss a mine and go over it and have it detonate. so these sea drones are used. they can go to deep depths. hundreds of feet. they go in front of the ship and around it. so they -- they're sort of the canary in the mine, if you will. they go under water, very deep, look for these mines. if they find it, they detonate it and they destroy themselves and it protects the ship. >> sort of hovering in the water with sensors. hence the word "drone." the u.s. military seems a little schizophrenic to me, to be honest. they brag about it, then they don't want to talk about it. >> as you list the assets, they're hard to hide, right, aircraft carriers, mine sweepers, forward o
on every network there is, normally he hides in fox news. now he's everywhere. so here he is on cnn explaining whether he is going to release his tax returns to clear all this up. >> romney: i know there will always be calls for more. people always want to get more, and you know, we're putting out what is required plus more that is not required. those are the two years that people are going to have. that's all that is necessary for people to understand something about my finances. >> cenk: in other words, nope i'm not going to put it out. apparently what ever is in his tax returns are massively damaging. at this point politically speaking, he's bleeding from the ear. he's hurt, dog. don't ask if i'm already. nevertheless he still won't put out his tax returns. could there an felony? >> one of his top visors suggested you may have committed a felony when it comes to the sec filings about exactly when you turned over the management. i would like to give a chance to respond. >> romney: well, of course that's ridiculous. and disturbing to come from their campaign, and beneath the dignit
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, right? if, in fact, that is what terry crisp is doing. instead, keeping them honest tonight, cnn's drew griffin has discovered only a slim fraction of the $26 million that woman raised could even possibly have gone towards rescuing dogs. the charity watchdog group has slim doubts how that slim fraction was spent. as they put it, the numbers don't seem to add up. the appeal though, reuniting dogs and troops, is powerful. just as it was 6 1/2 years ago during hurricane katrina when crisp was running an organization and the appeal was
unnoticed. in my point, and i wrote a piece on the cnn website, if the top 1% lost 40% of their worth, we would have suspended habeas corpus. the supreme court would have been in session. it would be a tragedy we could not mention. the job creators, they lost 40% of their own worth. what will happen at the hamptons? the median family in this country lost 40% of its entire net worth in a two-year. , and nobody yawned. host: rick is on the phone. caller: i would imagine both of you are rich men, and neither of you have said what the income for the middle class should be. in florida, my wife and i make $70,000 a year. $70,000 in new york city would not make you middle class. guest: that is what we talk about. if i live in florida, and i have a condo that night alone, and i have $60,000, $7,000 in retirement income, and i'm going -- $70,000 in retirement income, i'm doing pretty good. if i am doing that in new york, i'm like the lady in cincinnati making $30,000. we address that in the book. guest: we are inclusive. income alone is $125,000 for a family of four, but we say income does not wor
to the public 0: 07. wdart have reports on cnn n and fox news channel that incorrectly character highed what the holders were. people in the main officeread thedecision the same ay th oplen theprs fferw reg sonk that it's always nice when news organization want to cover the cour and i always preciate whenlocal news organizations go down to washington cover big cases from, you know, out in the sticks. erthe casris fom timetmn in, , or ohe sticks to report on the case and learn what the facts of the case are. and then write articles tabts in the "washington post" and the new "the new york times" or such. i think haing mor prss coressall e be. edvaleo the public serves as a role as well. hopefully the the court will be ready next time. >> our viewers and listeners know to go tohese thee inntman r hei ert clark, i saw your ha first. sorry if'm discriminating. viqst questions ago. if you look at conformation hearings for judge roberts the dominate theme of those hearings was republican concern abut restrain effor. andsomat uzbohe bealth field because -- that's what they got. do you see dissonanc
, i wrote a piece on the cnn website, they're supposed to talk 1/10 of 1 percent, lose 40 percent of net worth. suspended habeas corpus. the court would have been in session 24/7, and it would be a human tragedy of a proportion we can't imagine as a nation. my god, the job creators, the wealth creators that lost 40 percent of their net worth. what's going to happen at the hamptons? somebody is going to have to drive their own car. the median family in this country lost 40 percent of its entire net worth in a two-year period and nobody yawned. host: rick is on the phone from wesley chapel, florida, good morning. caller: good morning gentlemen. i got a question for you. i would imagine both of you sitting there are very rich men. and not one of you has said anything about what the income for the middle class should be. in florida, my wife and i, we make $70,000 a year and we're middle class. $70,000 a we're in new york city would not make you middle class. host: that's right. guest: we talk about it in the book. guest: if i live in florida, and my name is 67 years old and i have a c
on the white house detail for cnn. if you have somebody who looks like me with less care, that is my byounger brother. >> dad was upi? >> in its heyday. i remembered as a kid that we only had one car growing up so we would take my dad to work in the morning and the company afternoon. we parked and 14th street and i looked at the national press club that he would be sitting there typing away with a cigarette hanging out of his mouth and a bottle of whiskey in the drawer. >> we are about to invade your city. >> i can't wait. >> what do you hope we will remember about tampa? >> for most people coming to tampa, it is an untapped market. some of you in this room have never been to temple before so it is a mid-sized american city hosting an international event and other the olympics will be the most watched television this year. tampa is a place where i hope people walk away with a sense of a city i did not know anything about. it is a city i would like to potentially come and visit again and invest in. it is a really neat place. >> the convention itself will be in the tampa bay form. someone said
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